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Wesleyan backing Faldo junior golf tournament

Wesleyan Assurance Society has signed a sponsorship deal with the Faldo Junior Series youth golf club competition to encourage junior golfers to become professionals.

Wesleyan has agreed a minimum three-year deal for an undisclosed sum staring this year.

The company says it has already benefited from prominent branding at the recent final of this year&#39s Faldo Junior Series at Sauton Gold Club in Devon.

Prince Andrew presented prizes to the first overseas winners of the competition, Grigory Bondarenko and Ouliana Rotmistrova, both 17 from Moscow City Golf Club.

Wesleyan will have its branding on display at the regional qualifying competitions which take place over the next few months before the final next year.

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